Delegation of the European Union to Timor-Leste

Travel to the EU from Timor-Leste

17/05/2016 - 16:06
Travel to the EU

Useful information on travelling from Mongolia to the European Union (EU), such as embassies, and information for studying there.

The transit visas, transit and short-term - commonly referred to as "Schengen Visas" - may be valid for one or more States Parties to the Convention Implementing the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985 signed in Schengen on 19 June 1990. (States Parties: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden).

Transit Visa

  • Allows access to the international zone of an airport or seaport;

Transit visa

  • Allows entry to cross the territory of the Schengen partners bound to a third country which has guaranteed admission.
  • It is valid up to 5 days and may be granted for one, two or exceptionally several entries;

Short term visa

  • Allows you to enter the territory of the Schengen countries for that, approved by the competent authorities do not justify the grant of another type of visa.
  • Valid for entries (uninterrupted or stages) up to three months within six months after the first entry. Pode ser concedido para uma, duas ou excepcionalmente várias entradas; May be granted for one, two or exceptionally several entries.

Required Documents

Documents needed for processing of any visa application without prejudice to the documents required for each type of visa:

  • Form duly completed and signed by the applicant
  • Two passport photographs, in color with a smooth
  • Valid travel document
  • Documentary evidence of the purpose of the trip
  • Proof of housing conditions
  • Proof of means of subsistence or presentation of guarantee in respect of the Portuguese citizen or resident alien in the country to ensure food and accommodation of the person during the stay, issued in printed form and authenticated by the Office for Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF)
  • Certificate of criminal record - requested stay exceeding 90 days
  • Medical certificate - requested stay exceeding 90 days
  • Health insurance - In full compliance with the European Union - Council of 22:12:03 - is required of any alien subject to a short stay visa health insurance, individually or collectively, to cover any expenses which might arise with repatriation for medical reasons, urgent medical attention and / or emergency hospital treatment. The insurance shall be endorsed in the State of residence, unable to be made as may be subscribed by the person inviting the applicant in its own place of residence shall be valid for all Schengen States, with a minimum coverage of EUR 30 000 . Health insurance is also required to document the investigation of claims of long-stay visa when the stay is more than 90 days. But also for these visas, it provides that insurance be taken out after entry into the country since that proves the impossibility of obtaining in the country of origin.
  • Under 18 years: permission to travel to the custodial responsibility.

Documents specific to the different type of visa:

Transit visas and transit

  • Copy of travel ticket
  • Valid visa to the country of final destination
  • Travel medical insurance

Short term visa

  • Booking travel
  • A document attesting to the purpose of the journey
  • Means of subsistence for the period of stay
  • In case of family visit: proof of family ties and quality of national citizen or legal resident of the family
  • Travel medical insurance

Residence Visa

  • Statement by the applicant for the purpose of stay
  • Proof of means of subsistence

Study Visa

  • Registration demonstrating progress or proof issued by the entity in charge of the stage
  • Proof of income is available in the national territory or scholarship

Work permit

  • Type I and II: the promise of employment contract signed by both parties
  • Type III contract to provide services and stating that he is qualified to practice referred to the provision of services
  • Type IV: employment contract preceded communication by the employer, the IEFP, the existence of the job offer and assent of the General Labor Inspectorate (IGT)

Temporary visa

  • Proof of medical treatment (inpatient or outpatient) - Proof of family relationship claimed in the case of monitoring
  • The relevant consular authority may at any stage, require the presence of visa applicant in order to gather information, knowledge of which is convenient for the investigation and decision on the request. The presentation of documents is always followed by an interview with the applicant visa.

Embassy of Portugal - Consular Services

ACAIT Building
Avenida Presidente Nicolau Lobato
Díli Phone + 670 33 12532/3 Fax Fax + 670 33 12528
e-mail: embaixada.portugal@embpor.tp

Website: https://www.dili.embaixadaportugal.mne.pt/pt/

Schedules, from 09:30 to 13:00 hours (days), except the 4-Friday, Consular Section is closed to the public.

EU Member States embassies to Timor-Leste based in Jakarta

Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium

Deutsche Bank Building, 16th floor
Jl Imam Bonjol 80
Jakarta 10310 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 316 2030
Fax (62 21) 316 2035
e-mail: jakarta@diplobel.org
http://indonesia.diplomatie.belgium.be/en

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria

Jl Imam Bonjol 34-36
Jakarta 10310 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 390 4048
Fax (62 21) 390 4049
e-mail: bgemb.jkt@centrin.net.id

Embassy of the Czech Republic

Jl Gereja Theresia No 20
Jakarta 10350 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 390 4075, 390 4076, 390 4077
Fax (62 21) 390 4078
e-mail: jakarta@embassy.mzv.cz
http://www.mfa.cz/jakarta

Royal Danish Embassy

Menara Rajawali, 25th floor
Jl Mega Kuningan Lot #5.1
Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 576 1478
Fax (62 21) 576 1535
e-mail: jktamb@um.dk

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Jl MH Thamrin 1
Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 390 1750
Fax (62 21) 390 1757
e-mail: germany@rad.net.id
http://www.jakarta.diplo.de/Vertretung/jakarta/en/Startseite.html

Embassy of the Hellenic Republic

Plaza 89, 12th floor
Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav X-7 No 6
Jakarta 12940 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 520 7776
Fax (62 21) 520 7753
e-mail: grembas@cbn.net.id
http://www.mfa.gr/missionsabroad/en/indonesia-en

Embassy of Spain

Jl Haji Agus Salim 61
Jakarta 10350 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 335 937
Fax (62 21) 330 164
e-mail: espanyak@pacific.net.id

Embassy of France

Jl MH Thamrin 20
Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 314 2807
Fax (62 21) 314 3338
e-mail: ambfrjkt@uninet.net.id
http://www.ambafrance-id.org

Embassy of Ireland

Ireland House
541 Orchard Road
#08-00 Liat Towers, 8th fl
Singapore 238881
Tel (65) 6238 7616
Fax (65) 6238 7615
e-mail: ireland@magix.com.sg
https://www.dfa.ie/irish-embassy/indonesia/

Italian Embassy

Jl Diponegoro 45
Jakarta 10310 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 337 445
Fax (62 21) 337 422
e-mail: italemba@rad.net.id

Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus

30 Beale Crescent
Deakin ACT 2600
Canberra, Australia
Tel (61 02) 6281 0832, 6281 0834
Fax (61 02) 6281 0860
e-mail: ciphycom@iprimus.com

Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Suite 16.03, 16th floor, Menara Keck Seng
203 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel (60 3) 243 3134
Fax (60 3) 243 3157

Embassy of the Republic of Hungary

Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav X/3 Kuningan
Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 520 3459, 520 3460
Fax (62 21) 520 3461
e-mail: huembjkt@telkom.net
http://www.mfa.gov.hu/kulkepviselet/ID/en/

Royal Netherlands Embassy

Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav S-3 Kuningan
Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 525 1515
Fax (62 21) 570 0734
e-mail: nlgovjak@attglobal.net
http://indonesia.nlembassy.org/

Embassy of Austria

Jl Diponegoro 44
Jakarta 10310 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 338 090
Fax (62 21) 390 4927
e-mail: auambjak@rad.net.id

Embassy of the Republic of Poland

Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav X Blok IV/3 Kuningan
Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 252 5938, 252 5939, 252 5940
Fax (62 21) 252 5958
e-mail: plembjkt@rad.net.id
http://www.polandembjak.org

Embassy of Portugal

Jl Indramayu No 2
Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 3190 8030
Fax (62 21) 3190 8031
e-mail: porembjak@cbn.net.id

Embassy of Romania

Jl Teuku Cik Ditiro 42
Menteng, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 390 0489
Fax (62 21) 310 6241
e-mail: romind@indosat.net.id

Embassy of the Slovak Republic

Jl Prof Moh Yamin, SH No 29
Jakarta 10310 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 310 1068, 315 1429
Fax (62 21) 310 1180
e-mail: slovemby@indo.net.id

Embassy of Finland

Menara Rajawali, 9th floor
Jl Mega Kuningan Lot #5.1, Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 576 1650
Fax (62 21) 576 1631
e-mail:sanomat.jak@formin.fi
http://www.finland.or.id/public/default.aspx?culture=en-US&contentlan=2

Embassy of Sweden

Menara Rajawali, 9th floor
Jl Mega Kuningan Lot #5.1, Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 576 2690
Fax (62 21) 576 2691
e-mail: sweden@cbn.net.id
http://www.swedenabroad.com/en-GB/Embassies/Jakarta/

Her Britannic Majesty’s Embassy

Jl MH Thamrin 75
Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Tel (62 21) 315 6264
Fax (62 21) 314 1824
e-mail: britem1@attglobal.net
https://www.gov.uk/government/world/organisations/british-embassy-jakarta

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